B.A.R. (Instructions)

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Introduction: B.A.R. (Instructions)

This is the instructable for my B.A.R. It is fun to shoot and is powerful. Please rate, comment, and SUBSCRIBE. It only takes one second to push the button!

Here is the part list. Thanks to headlessknight for making it.
B.A.R PART LIST

CON

YELLOW ---- 44
WHITE ---- 32
GREEN ---- 16
RED ---- 32
ORANGE ---- 60
DARK GREY ---- 24

RODS

GREEN ---- 236 MAYBE A FEW OVER OR A FEW LESS
WHITE ---- 61
BLUE ---- 26
GREY ---- 2

MISC

BLUE CLIPS ---- 7
Y CLIPS ---- 10
TAN CLIPS --- 8
BLUE SPACERS ---- 8
FEMALE BALL JOINT ---- 1

 

Step 1: The Gun.

Here you will build the body of the gun.

Image 1 : Make these pieces.
Image 2 : Here is a view of the mechanism.
Image 3 : Here is another view of the mech.
Image 4 : Put the panel from image 1 on the stuff you just made. Add the green rods were they are shown.

You're done with this step.

Step 2: The Magazine.

Here you will build the magazine.

Image 1 : Build these pieces.
Image 2 : Put the magazine together. Be sure to add the mag pusher rubber band.
Image 3 : This is how the bullets are loaded in.

Step 3: You're Done!

Thanks for building the B.A.R. Please SUBSCRIBE. Also, post a picture of your gun, and I will put a picture of it in my instructable to show who has built it. 

Step 4: Who Has Built It.

The first picture is the headlessknight's awesome modded version of my gun. The next one is the B.A.R. that BleSam112233 made.

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    Thank you for the kind words! Sorry I replied so late; I haven't been checking Instructables lately. Yes, it is a railgun. It uses a unique system that I came up with. It's an interesting concept; I should probably revisit it some time.

    This thing took a lot more pieces than it looks I thought I would not have to take apart my crossbow I was working on but I have built crossbows before this is the first bull pup I've ever built, it is kind of pointless but it does look pretty cool
    It shoots pretty good for a pin gun overall its a pretty good gun

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    I built it! Please post these pics of my B.A.R. to this step! Pics:

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    4 more orange connectors!!!! ARRG! I already built the gun.... but..... 4 MORE FREAKING CONNECTORS!

    Wether it is one layer of tape or more, the friction is enormous, I removed it and now it works fine, I'm
    afraid the pin will break though.

    No, the firing pin doesn't go behind the stock because it uses a rail system. If you look closely at the third picture of the first step, you can see the firing pin. The firing pin is the short thing near the front of picture that has tape on it. It slides in rails, so it doesn't need to be a long firing pin. This is a good design for bullpups, because it is a lot more compact than the normal firing pin system.